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One laptop per child concept accepted by PNG
Posted by: Justina Spencer
The Prime Minister of Papua Niugini has accepted the One Laptop per Child project for the children of his children. This was announced on Radio Pacific News on Tuesday morning and according to his statement, the OLPC project will be rolled out over several years at a cost of several million dollars. He also noted that Niue is already taking part in the OLPC (one laptop per child) project for all 500 of their school children.
Source: Cook Islands Herald (CK) | Published: October 10th, 2008

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